Thank you Southeast Asia! Next stop: Silicon valley
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Thank you Southeast Asia! Next stop: Silicon valley

Thank you to all who joined us in Manila for RightsCon Southeast Asia! This sold out event brought together more than 600 attendees from over 50 countries, all of whom are committed to extending the digital rights of users around the world, and fighting for the open internet. See you all in 2016 in Silicon Valley!

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The Ghost of CISPA is back!
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The Ghost of CISPA is back!

The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) is back in the U.S. Senate and worse than ever, packed with new tools for indiscriminate surveillance and large-scale invasions of online privacy.

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You Spoke Out, and They Listened: U.S. FCC Passes Strong Net Neutrality Rules
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You Spoke Out, and They Listened: U.S. FCC Passes Strong Net Neutrality Rules

Today the U.S. Federal Communications Commission listened to the more than 4 million voices who asked for the agency to protect the open net. But the fight isn't over yet.

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Opt Out ≠ Log My Web History
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Opt Out ≠ Log My Web History

Are you a Verizon or AT&T customer? Then you’re probably being tracked. Take action now and urge the Federal Communications Commision and the Federal Trade Commission to investigate these privacy-killing programs.

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Transparency Reporting Index
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Transparency Reporting Index

Access launches transparency index featuring a record of reports from today’s leading internet companies and telcos.

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